Renowned Pakistani singer Nayyara Noor died in Karachi after a short illness, her family sources said.
Memorial prayers to God will be presented at 4 p.m. on Sunday at Masjid/Imambargah Yasrab situated in DHA and will be let go at a DHA Phase 8 cemetery.
Born on November 3, 1950, in Assam's Guwahati, she enjoyed Begum Akhtar Ghazals, thumris, and Kanan Devi Bhajans since childhood.
Her family relocated to Pakistan when she was seven-year-old.
Noor, 71, was given the title of 'Bulbul-e-Pakistan' and honored with the Nigar Award for Best playback artist in 1973.
Mourning her end, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said her passing is unsalvageable harm to the music world.
"Be it a ghazal or a melody, anything Nayyara Noor sang, she sang it with flawlessness. The void made by Nayyara Noor's demise won't ever be filled," the Pakistan Prime Minister posted on Twitter while petitioning God for her place in paradise.